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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Emsley, J W.
High resolution nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy / Volume 2.
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
J W Emsley; J Feeney; L H Sutcliffe
|Description:||1 online resource (lii pages, pages 665-1154.)|
|Contents:||Front Cover; High Resolution Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy; Copyright Page; Acknowledgements; Table of Contents; CHAPTER 10. CORRELATIONS OF 1H RESONANCE SPECfRAL PARAMETERS WITH MOLECULAR STRUCTURE; Alkanes; 10.1 Chemical shifts of alkane derivatives; 10.2 Spin-Spin coupling constants in alkane derivatives; 10.3 Miscellaneous alkyl compounds; Alkenes; 10.4 Vinyl derivatives, CH2=CUX; 10.5 Disubstituted olefines; 10.6 Trisubstituted olefines; 10.7 Long range spin coupling via olefinic systems; 10.8 Miscellaneous olefines; Acetylenes; 10.9 Acetylene and related molecules 10.10 Spin-Spin coupling constants in acetylenic systems10.11 Solvent effects on the chemical shifts of hydrogen nuclei in acetylenic molecules; Aromatic molecules; 10.12 Benzene derivatives; 10.13 Polynuclear aromatic molecules; 10.14 Spin-Spin coupling in aromatic molecules; 10.15 Aromatic ions; Heterocyclic compounds; 10.16 Furan and substituted furans; 10.17 Pyrrole and substituted pyrroles; 10.18 Pyridine and related molecules; 10.19 The effects of solvents on the 1H resonance spectra of unsaturated heterocyclic ring compounds; 10.20 Quinolines; 10.21 Thiophene and substituted thiophenes 10.22 Thiazoles and methyl substituted thiazolesLarge complex organic molecules; 10.23 Alkaloids; 10.24 Steroids; 10.25 Fatty acids; 10.26 Amino acids and peptides; 10.27 Miscellaneous studies; 10.28 Detection of C-methyl groups by NMR; Hydrogen attached atoms to atoms other than carbon; 10.29 Hydrogen attached to oxygen atoms; 10.30 Hydrogen attached to nitrogen atoms; 10.31 Hydrogen attached to boron atoms; 10.32 Hydrogen attached to sulphur atoms; 10.33 Hydrogen attached to silicon atoms; 10.34 Hydrogen attached to germanium, tin and lead atoms 10.35 Hydrogen attached to transition metal atomsMiscellaneous studies; 10.36 Contact chemical shifts in paramagnetic species; 10.37 NMR studies of high polymer solutions; 10.38 Empirical estimation of chemical shifts; 10.39 Medium effects in liquids; 10.40 Medium effects in gases; CHAPTER 11. 19F NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE STUDIES; 11.1 Introduction; 11.2 Fluorine chemical shifts; 11.3 19F spin-spin coupling constants; 11.4 Binary fluorides; 11.5 Halofluorohydrocarbons; 11.6 Substituted fluoroalkanes; 11.7 Fluorocarbon compounds containing nitrogen; 11.8 Other fluorocarbon derivatives 11.9 Perfluoroalkyl and perfluoroacyl metal compounds11.10 Fluorinated aromatic compounds; 11.11 Fluoroalkenes; 11.12 Fluoroacetylenes; 11.13 Fluorinated cyclic compounds; 11.14 Methyl and ethyl fluorosilanes RxSiF4- x; 11.15 Antimony pentafluoride; 11.16 Compounds containing fluorine-sulphur bonds; 11.17 Other fluorine-sulphur containing compounds; 11.18 Interhalogen compounds; 11.19 Compounds containing boron-fluorine bonds; 11.20 Compounds containing nitrogen-fluorine bonds; 11.21 Compounds containing oxygen-fluorine bonds; 11.22 Compounds containing phosphorus-fluorine bonds|
|Responsibility:||J.W. Emsley, J. Feeney and L.H. Sutcliffe.|